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Prepayment meters are typically installed under warrant when a customer cannot or will not pay their energy bill.
The Tegeta prepayment request was considered on its merits, which were the then security of supply risk during the height of load shedding.
However, a prepayment meter customer buying gas and electricity from the Co-op is shelling out PS1356 a year - PS413 more.
Ramsay Dunning, of Co-op Energy, said: "We do not actively seek to attract prepayment meter customers.
4bn prepayment loan to Chad's national oil company.
The transaction allows for optional prepayment of the last tranche of CMBS 2005-1, i.
3-Month CPR" is defined as the three-month constant prepayment rate (CPR), an annualized estimate of mortgage loan prepayments, computed by multiplying the average monthly prepayment rate for the most recent preceding three months by four.
She said: "For too long, prepayment meter customers have been ripped-off by the big energy companies.
Mr Cunningham wants energy regulator Ofgem to investigate just how much more people using prepayment meters have to pay for their energy.
The NHF said customers using prepayment meters could be charged up to pounds 300 more for their fuel than those who used online deals.
Prepayment penalties--paid by borrowers who refinance their mortgages within a few years after origination--are under close scrutiny.
6603, a prepayment made as a deposit was referred to as a deposit in the nature of a cash bond.
Prepayment penalty: A consideration paid to the mortgagee for the prepayment privilege.
POORER people in Wales pay more for their gas and electricity because of prepayment meters.
But a prepayment option, bolstered by a recent IRS Private Letter Ruling, may be an attractive alternative to such plans--and avoid gift taxes altogether.